ULP Accuses NDP Of Voter Intimidation

The Unity Labour Party, ULP says is has requested that the Attorney General and the Police Commissioner investigate what it says is voter intimidation by the New Democratic Party, and its Leader, Arnhim Eustace.

A release from the ULP claims that the NDP is threatening jail time for people who are lawfully registered.

The release points out that it is illegal to intimidate voters who have gone through the proper voter registration process, and are on the final election list of registered voters.

The release stresses that eligible voters who are on the voters list and have a photo identification are legally entitled to cast a ballot in today’s General Election.

The ULP notes that it will also be writing to the various observation missions currently in the state to let know them of the situation.